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VR Robotics Simulator: Professor-Student Accesses

In the previous lesson, we shared actions and the impact of actions of robots in the network such as grabbing an object and releasing it in a multiplayer scene.

vr robotics simulator - share actions network unity
Sharing actions in the network in unity

This lesson is about professor-student accesses in virtual reality, and we will create some accesses for the professor, such as robot selection for the scene and limitations in robot controls. We will conclude our course with this lesson.

VR Robotics Simulator-Professor-Student Accesses
professor-student accesses in virtual reality

The contents of the entire course on developing a VR Robotics Simulator are as follows:

  • Introduction to the Course (1/15)
  • Install VR SDK (2/15)
  • Simple VR Scene (3/15)
  • Grab Objects with a Joystick (4/15)
  • Grab Objects with Hand (5/15)
  • UI in VR (6/15)
  • Assemble a Robot in VR (7/15)
  • Create a UGV Robot (8/15)
  • Create a Quadcopter (9/15)
  • Selection Menu for Robots (10/15)
  • Optimizing the Scene (11/15)
  • Install the Multiplayer SDK (12/15)
  • Multiplayer Mode for Robots (13/15)
  • Share Actions in the Network (14/15)
  • Professor_Student Accesses (15/15)

[Important] VR Robotics Simulator’s Source Code:

The source code for the entire tutorials (from 1 to 15) can be downloaded HERE!

Watch the video version of the lesson:

At the link below, you will find the corresponding lessons on building a VR robotics simulator with the Unity engine:
https://www.mecharithm.com/category/learning-robotics-mechatronics/virtual-reality-vr-and-augmented-reality-ar-learning/virtual-reality-vr-learning/

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